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14 Jun 2021 02:33:44 EDT (-0400)
  Re: TC-RTC thought on voting/rating  
From: St 
Date: 25 Jul 2008 06:28:03
Message: <4889aab3$1@news.povray.org>
"Stephen" <mcavoysAT@aolDOTcom> wrote in message 
> On Fri, 25 Jul 2008 09:50:30 +0100, "St." <dot### [at] dotcom> wrote:
>>Anyway, I've now addressed this and now ALL members can vote
>>whether or not they have entered or will never enter. The rules have been
>>amended to reflect this, and additionally, I've also added that any member
>>can enter as many times as they want as long as it's a 'different' take on
>>the subject. This of course also applies to animations.
> Now we are a club where all the members have voting rights. I like this 
> idea. As
> long as it is not abused it should work very well. In the IRTC I often 
> wished
> that I could vote and comment but since I seldom entered I could not. Nice 
> one
> Steve.

      Yes, let's see how it goes for this one. I think it should be ok, and 
I've put the 20/20/20 idea on hold too, but, if I see silly scoring like 
1/1/1, it might be resurrected again, or the perpetrator gets banned. I 
personally don't want to ban anyone - that just isn't me, but it would be 
nice to have some honesty. Sure, if an image is really bad, then mark 
accordingly, but most images aren't like that, they are fairly good in their 
own unique way, so the voting (and commenting) should reflect that for that 
particular image.

> BTW in the stills challenge Ian MacKay's image is not shown.

     Ah, thanks for pointing that out Stephen, this is because I had to 
change Ian's username to give him voting rights on animations. I'll email 
him and ask him to re-upload the image.

   (See? I told you I was in a typing frenzy!)  :o)


> -- 
> Regards
>     Stephen

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